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Need help for Memory Inspector on Megadrive


Posted: 14 Feb, 2015 02:50
Last Edit: 14 Feb, 2015 02:54
I always use Ram Ram Watch & Search to find addresses on NES games (I always like that by creating achievements).
In searching for addresses in the same way for the Megadrive games, I notice that the Ram Search addresses do not match those of the Memory Inspector. I managed to find one (circled in red) end, impossible to find another (circled in green). Any idea?

Thanks ;)

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Is not 0x1FF6 :(

Posted: 14 Feb, 2015 08:44
Last Edit: 14 Feb, 2015 09:45
It's in a different region of the ROM/RAM, and RA may not be checking that region. There's many of them, but I think RA only checks one.

Posted: 14 Feb, 2015 13:17
And if I find the format of this address (such as 00FFFE13 = 0xFE13), I can write it manually (in the "achievements sets" or "96-User.txt")?

00FFFE13 = 0xFE13
00A01FF6 =?

Posted: 14 Feb, 2015 21:38
I always did achievements without using the RAM Watch.

Posted: 14 Feb, 2015 21:58
The values of music are not found in the results of Memory Inspector. I did all my achievements NES using only "Ram Watch" and "Ram Search". Because you can see all the values at the same time, the search system is much more efficient (and not limited in the results, the undo option ...)

Posted: 14 Feb, 2015 23:36
Last Edit: 14 Feb, 2015 23:40
It's not found in memory inspector because it's in an unsupported region of the ROM, meaning it won't work if you try to use it in an achievement. At least I'm pretty sure it won't.

Posted: 15 Feb, 2015 22:43
FFFE13 is ram and A01FF6 is the z80 (to run the music).
I'll try to find a way to enter addresses from the Z80 manually. If I can not, I'll find something else. But ... it's been two days that I seek the address bar of life bosses (El Viento - MD). Without success.


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